Jack Rudoni Signs for Huddersfield Town

Jack Rudoni

AFC Wimbledon midfielder Jack Rudoni has completed a move to Championship side Huddersfield Town for an undisclosed fee.

Jack Rudoni Signs for Huddersfield Town

Midfielder Becomes Terriers Fourth Signing

The midfielder had attracted interest from numerous Championship sides after being relegated to League Two with AFC Wimbledon at the end of last season.

Rudoni has signed a four-year contract with a club option of a further year.

The League Two side knocked back bids in excess of £1 million (with add-ons) from both Huddersfield and Sunderland earlier in the window. It’s clear that Huddersfield were eager to get hold of the 21-year-old so upped their bid.

Danny Schofield, Town Head coach said of the new recruit: “We’ve had a longstanding interest in bringing Jack to Huddersfield Town, so we’re very happy to welcome him to the Club today. When we got the chance to speak to him, it was quickly clear that he had a real desire to join us too.

“There are not many players who have had the level of impact in a level as high as Sky Bet League One at just 20 as Jack had last season. He’s found a way to affect games and record some very impressive numbers for AFC Wimbledon.”

Business So Far

Despite not achieving their goal of promotion through the play-offs last season,  the Terriers have not been resting on their laurels, bringing in the likes of Will Boyle, a former Town academy player, Connor Mahoney and David Kasumu.

Adding to the midfield gives more options for the Terriers. Rudoni’s stats also made the 21-year-old attractive to Huddersfield. In the 41 matches he played, the midfielder netted 21 times. Goals from all positions on the pitch is always something that the Terriers have looked for and those additional goals could help them go one step further next season.